Prince Harry was seen puffing out his cheeks as he left the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan Markle, had been seen leaving St George’s Chapel in Windsor Monday afternoon after the service for the late monarch.
Other royals, together with King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, had been additionally pictured leaving the venue.
The late monarch was buried with Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in a service performed by the Dean of Windsor within the King George VI Memorial Chapel.
The burial was not televised.
Her casket was positioned alongside these of her late husband, Prince Philip and her dad and mom, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
Earlier on Monday, Harry joined different royals and hundreds of world leaders and overseas dignitaries at Westminster Abbey for the late monarch’s funeral service.
Prince Harry was additionally pictured being emotional throughout the procession and contained in the church.
The Duchess of Sussex was additionally seen wiping away tears on the ceremony.
At the conclusion of the service, the Duchess of Sussex was seen standing outdoors Westminster Abbey alongside Queen Consort Camilla and Kate, the Princess of Wales.
The latter was joined by her and Prince William’s two oldest youngsters, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, seven.
Meghan caught her niece’s eye and was seen giving a comforting smile.
During the service, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex additionally appeared to consolation one another as they sat within the second row whereas holding arms.
The Queen’s state funeral on Monday was the fruits of a 10-day mourning interval, which consisted of a number of occasions honouring the Queen’s legacy since her passing on Thursday 8 September.